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Hebrews 6:2

The other four items are qualitative genitives with didaxhn (baptismwn, epiqesewv xeirwn, anastasewv nekrwn, krimatov aiwniou). The plural baptismwn "by itself does not mean specifically Christian baptism either in this epistle (Hebrews 9:10) or elsewhere (Mark 7:4), but ablutions or immersions such as the mystery religions and the Jewish cultus required for initiates, proselytes, and worshippers in general" (Moffatt). The disciples of the Baptist had disputes with the Jews over purification (John 3:25). See also Acts 19:2. "The laying on of hands" seems to us out of place in a list of elementary principles, but it was common as a sign of blessing (Matthew 19:13), of healing (Mark 7:32), in the choice of the Seven (Acts 6:6), in the bestowal of the Holy Spirit (Acts 8:17 f.; Acts 19:6), in separation for a special task (Acts 13:3), in ordination (I Timothy 4:14; I Timothy 5:22; II Timothy 1:6). Prayer accompanied this laying on of the hands as a symbol. The resurrection of the dead (both just and unjust, John 5:29; Acts 24:15) is easily seen to be basal (cf. 1Co. 15) as well as eternal judgment (timeless and endless).




Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing Hebrews 6:2:

John 3:25
1 Timothy 4:14
Hebrews 9:12

 

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